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Bud Selig must order a drug test today for barry bonds or else its too late for history sake


Great blog! Thanks. I am a gym rat myself. I can honestly say I never took steroids. That does not mean I would like to look ripped, etc. I recently had calf implant surgery and by accident I stumbled upon I used them when looking for a surgeon.
What I liked the most was that my profile remained anynomyous until I was ready to decide what to do. I received replies from four surgeons that met all the things I was looking for. I liked having that complete control without the sales pressure that some of these places can be known for.

If you are going to go down the cosmetic surgery road...better to be safe than sorry. This is a much better alternative than drugs. Check them out.

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Calf implants, are you being serious? If you are then you are a total douche. I can't believe there are doctors out there that actually do that stupid surgery. Oh wait, yes I can because all anybody cares about is money and looks. Silly me.


This is just plain dumb. Contrary to your blanket assertion, there indeed is a ton of scientific evidence to indicate that human growth hormone can cause head growth in adults. There is a reason that God created Internet search engines. Use them. Plenty of published science for you to chew on.

For Pete's sakes, never mind the studies, just use your eyeballs. Tom Platz's cranium once started to take on the appearance of a gorilla wearing a blond wig. And it wasn't because he started to use a pillow with softer feathers. Watching Platz's melon change its shape was like watching William Hurt change his shape in the movie "Altered States." If Bonds has any semblance of acting ability, he should star in the remake. They could then say it's "based on a true story."


From The Nation:
Last commentator, you mentioned 'a ton of scientific studies'. Now that you brought that up, where are they? If you mention science, you need to produce the studies. You can't. They don't exist.

Acromegaly, the condition brought on generally by a pituitary tumor that produces HGH, can increase jaw size, foot size, and produce frontal bossing. However that condition is produced by a tumor that secretes 100 times physiological doses of HGH.

Again, there is no evidence that HGH given as an anabolic drug, increases skull size, jaw size, foot size or any other skeletal parameter. Cite me those studies. There are none.

There are a couple of studies that indicate in Turner's syndrome, several patients treated with HGH, do have increased foot and mandible (jaw) size. (
However, that does not generalize to HGH given as a PED.

Although HGH secreting tumors cause acromegaly, there no proof that exogenous HGH causes skull size to increase. That is an error in scientific logic.

Because your eye tells you Platz and Bonds head sizes increased, you conclude that HGH increases head size, again a serious and silly error in logic.

What were the doses of HGH these athletes used? The time period? The other drugs they used? Do you have before and after measurements?

We don't believe it is dumb to draw the conclusions we drew. Our conclusions are backed up by the scientific literature. If you disagree, produce studies to the contrary that are directly pertaining to the use of HGH as a PED, in the correct dosages.

There are studies suggesting soft tissue growth in HGH doses used as a PED. For instance heart, and kidney can hypertrophy.

There are also suggestions that HGH may enhance certain tumor growth.

But no studies looking at skull size.

We kiddingly say 'thanks for the tip on the internet'.


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Streroid or PEd is really not advisable, I mean this will make some changes on human skull and I dont want to look like an alien or something with a big head. I really enjoyed reading your article

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Thank you very much for the post. This is so helpful. Keep posting, dear.

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Oh my!!! You are just too true to be good. How do you manage to write and research on such wonderful things? You have inspired me to work harder now. I shall try as much as possible to enjoy life to the fullest and be satiated with the wonderful things that are around me, which I have been unaware of until now.

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HGH taken in reasonable doses ( 1 to 1.5 IU a day) can be very beneficial aiding in weight loss, rapid recovery from injury, restoration of atrophied organs etc but you have to take it under a doctor’s supervision. Doses that exceed 1.5 IU per day can cause side effects but the side effects usually disappear if you reduce the daily dose.

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I really don't get it why many of the gym buffs want to pack themselves with prohibited drugs such as steroids? Why would they risk their health just to become brawn?

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I couldn't care less with people risking their lives to look good. That's just pointless and weak. This madness has to stop.

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